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Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Applications by S. K. Singh

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1.An object-oriented approach was developed in ________.
2.Object-oriented data models (OODMs) and object-relational data models (ORDMs) represent ________ generation DBMSs.
3.OODMs are logical data models that capture the ________ of objects supported in ________.
4.The OO model maintains relationships through ________.
5.An OODB maintain a direct correspondence between ________ and ________ so that objects do not loose their ________ and ________.
6.The main difference between OODM and CDM is the encapsulation of both ________ and ________ in an object in OODM.
7.Object-oriented concepts stem from ________.
8.A class is a collection of similar objects with shared ________ and ________.
9.Structure is basically the association ...

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